Ahmet Davutoglu, who served as prime minister between 2014 to 2016 and chairman of the governing AK Party, formally presented the Future Party at a ceremony in Ankara.
After serving as Turkish President Erdogan's foreign policy adviser from 2003 to 2009, Ahmet Davutoglu was appointed as foreign minister and then prime minister in 2014.
Greek-Turkish tensions have been heating up in the Mediterranean, but some common interests are pushing the two neighbours to co-operate, especially on trade routes.
After nearly two decades of highs and lows in bilateral relations, Uzbek President Mirziyoyev's "historic" Ankara visit represents a new period centered on security and economic cooperation.
In a landmark deal in March 2016, Turkey promised the EU it would stop the flow of refugees. In return, Turkey would get a €6 billion fund for refugees, visa-free travel and a fast-tracked EU membership. Did both sides keep their promises?
European Union leaders are set to discuss whether to suspend Turkey's EU accession bid following calls by German Chancellor Angela Merkel over the strained relations between the bloc and Ankara.
Turkey lost one of its greatest scholars in Serif Mardin, who was one of the first scholars to grapple with difficult topics like the role of Islam in public life, and the limitations of secularism, topics he began writing about in the 1960s.
BuzzFeed News are in possession of a draft indictment which shows a possible explanation for why the Fethullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO) tried to takeover Turkey.
The relationship between the traditionally friendly countries hit rock bottom following last year's incident when Turkey shot down a Russian jet.
Current Minister of Transport, Maritime and Communications Binali Yildirim garners 1,405 votes from delegates at AK Party's second extraordinary congress in Ankara and becomes the new chairman.
Turkey's minister of Transport and Communication nominated as chairman of governing AK Party, meaning he will likely be next prime minister
Turkish prime minister attends the reopening ceremony of the historic Ferhat-Pasha Mosque in Bosnia, which was destroyed during the 1992-95 war.
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